Having been a Jordan Brand team member since 2014, Miami Heat star forward Jimmy Butler has reportedly agreed to part ways with the brand to become a sneaker free agent.

According to ESPN's Nick DePaula, he is now in talks with different brands toward negotiating a new multi-year endorsement deal that could potentially lead to him signing with a brand prior to next month's All-Star Weekend in Chicago. Butler has also hinted at the fallout in November during an exclusive interview with Complex Sneakers stating that "Me and Jordan aren't in a good space right now."

During Butler's tenure with the Jordan, they have released a limited apparel collection featuring his "Jimmy Buckets" moniker and logo printed onto t-shirts and hats along with a special red and black Air Jordan 29 Low.

Butler is currently averaging 20.8 points, 6.6 rebounds and 6.6 assists per game through 29 games with his new Miami Heat team and recently received Eastern Conference "Player of the Week" honors after posting 27.5 points, 9.0 rebounds and 8.5 assists per game in December.